He used the brakes on his scooter a tad too enthusiastically. Thankfully he’s fine. And we didn’t need A&E!
I’m also pretty glad that the black eye he got the other week at the play centre has faded.
PS…the uber sad face is purely for effect. He’s currently bouncing around the garden like a little boy should.
Ann's Fashion Studio said:
Oh ouch ~ poor him 😦
I so sympathize as I met the pavement a few weeks ago.
As i finished my run i took a pretty and not so graceful dive into the pavement, feet away from my driveway…My poor knees, hands and luckily it was my shoulder not my face that hit the pavement too.
I had forgotten how a road rash such as this hurts.
Ouch! I’ll bet that really hurt. Hope you’re feeling OK now.
Jane G said:
Poor Boy! They spend their lives going from one bump and scrape to another,lol. Being young,they heal quickly
I’m thankful for their ability to bounce back from these things. But I’d rather they had scrapes than spent their lives in front of the TV!
Ouch! Poor thing! I tripped and fell running on a trail last week and managed to turn my side, hip, and elbow into one giant scab. Hopefully he outgrows his proclivity for accidents and doesn’t become a clumsy adult like me! Glad he didn’t need stitches or anything. 🙂
That sounds painful…hope you’re on the mend. I’m always surprised we don’t spend more time in A&E than we do…they are both boisterous and always running/climbing/doing something they probably shouldn’t! 😉
Ouch! Both myself and my daughter are clumsy/accident prone adults so I have huge sympathy with the boy. Although if he is anything like my daughter he will currently be milking it!
I’m the same! I find bruises and have no idea how I got them. And yes…he’s milking it for all it’s worth in chocolate buttons!
Chica Andaluza said:
Oh dear – sounds like a lot of your readers (me included) are accident prone folk….and look how we all turned out!
I’m terribly accident prone so we’re all in good company!
Sewing Princess said:
Oh my. Happy to hear he is bouncing about already.
Thank you…he’s very resilient!